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ICE in action

On 29 July ICE assistant director Robert Huxford was interviewed about highway liability claims by Douglas Cameron on LBC's 'Drivetime' programme. He was also reported in that day's Evening Standard.

On 2 July Sir Alan Cockshaw attended the opening ceremony for the new Hong Kong airport at Chep Lap Kok.

The President and Director General & Secretary met with Sir John Egan on 21 July to discuss the recommendations of Egan's construction task force. A country-wide series of ICE conferences is planned to discuss the task force recommendations.

The AME has produced the following new briefing sheets: Highways Agency Toolkits; The Transport White Paper A New Deal for Transport; Urban Transport Prospectus. For copies, send an A4 sized sae to the AME office, 1 Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA.

On 9 July former prime minister Baroness Thatcher attended a lecture organised by the Centre for Policy Studies given at ICE. Former Conservative Cabinet minister Peter Lilley delivered a lecture at ICE on 13 July for the Social Market Foundation.

ICE has responded in the past month to government consultation papers on the following subjects: the Asbestos Regulations; Building Control Charges; a sustainable development strategy for south east England; economic instruments and the business use of energy; the Environment Agency's R&D strategy; accommodating household growth on brownfield sites; and the government's review of energy sources for power generation. For further information contact Rebecca Liddy on: (0171) 665 2211; e-mail:

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